Turning Pages by Tristi Pinkston Inkberry Press ISBN: Published July 27, Trade paperback, pages. This was a fun. "Turning Pages," the latest book from Tristi Pinkston, is a novel about Addie Preston, who dreams of one day becoming a librarian. For now she. Turning Pages has ratings and 91 reviews. Norah said: Something had changed between us-we might actually have become was almost creepy.
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They have different tastes in turning pages tristi pinkston, different ideas about love… and Blake just so happens to have stolen the job that Addie had been hoping for — Assistant Librarian.
She's married to her first and only boyfriend, Matt Pinkston, and together they have four children: All the while, Blake is there annoying her, and in a crazy way, growing on her too.
I loved the fact that Addie worked in the library, of course, and her joy in all things books.
I enjoyed Turning Pages as a clean read with good themes that I would happily hand to my year-old to read. Addie is determined to stop the demolition and if that means she ends up in the pokey after accidentally whacking the mayor with a turning pages tristi pinkston sign, well In fact, he might be just the tiniest bit adorable.
Now, if he were only available.
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I am not paid for my reviews. More often than not the recommendations aren't even remotely close to the type of book I read.
My thoughts are so very similar to Addie's.